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A message our CEO, Alex Newton

Navi is a company focused on delivering innovations that help children live brighter, healthier futures. Over the past three years, our dedicated team has devoted thousands of hours to a singular task: to build and commercialise a medical device that enables doctors and nurses to deliver better care in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit setting.

The team has spent countless days in neonatal intensive care units, observing first hand these lifesaving and urgent procedures, talking to clinical staff to gain a deeper understanding of the challenges they face on a daily basis, and coming up with innovative solutions to the engineering problems. But this is so much more than just a technical or business challenge - it has become a truly personal labour of passion.

Navi has taken on a much more personal meaning for each and every one of us. Every day we take pride in getting one step closer to realising our vision of giving critically-ill newborns brighter, healthier futures.


Every day we take pride in getting one step closer to realising our vision of giving critically-ill newborns brighter, healthier futures.


Founders

Core Team

The Navi team is an award-winning mix of business experts, biomedical engineers, and a senior neonatologist, who are passionate about improving pediatric patient outcomes.

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Alex Newton

CEO

Brad Bergmann

CMO (Marketing)

  Stephanie Pitts   BScience (Nursing) University of South Florida, MScience (Nursing) University of Phoenix  Stephanie is a clinical and marketing advisor at Navi. She is Global Director for Clinical Marketing at Angiodynamics, a US based medical device manufacturing company. She is also Director of the Association for Vascular Access (AVA) and a registered pediatric nurse. In 2017 Stephanie was awarded the title of Janet Pettit Scholar for outstanding contributions to the eld of ‘Neonatal & Pediatric Vascular Access’, has been instrumental in leading the publication of best practice guidelines in pediatric central catheter placement, and has experience in ECG tip location devices.

Stephanie Pitts

BScience (Nursing) University of South Florida, MScience (Nursing) University of Phoenix

Stephanie is a clinical and marketing advisor at Navi. She is Global Director for Clinical Marketing at Angiodynamics, a US based medical device manufacturing company. She is also Director of the Association for Vascular Access (AVA) and a registered pediatric nurse. In 2017 Stephanie was awarded the title of Janet Pettit Scholar for outstanding contributions to the eld of ‘Neonatal & Pediatric Vascular Access’, has been instrumental in leading the publication of best practice guidelines in pediatric central catheter placement, and has experience in ECG tip location devices.

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Shing Yue Sheung

COO

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Wei Sue

CFO

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Christiane Theda

CMO (Medical)

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